I like historical fiction and fantasy, so combining the two into time-traveling historians from 2060 going back to study World War II in person? Oh, yeah, I’m all over that.
- Use Goodreads
If you use Goodreads and rate 50 books, it will suggest additional books that you may enjoy thanks to the cumulative ratings of books by their users. I often check and see what it’s recommending for me, and have noticed that it regularly mentions books that I’ve already read and enjoyed, just haven’t entered into my “books read” list yet, so their algorithm for recommendations works fairly well for me.
I have always appreciated Anne Bogel’s writing at Modern Mrs. Darcy, and her take on what it means to be a woman, wife, and mother in today’s society. So when I learned she was writing an ebook on creating a better blend of work, life, and family, I could hardly wait to read it.
And happily, WorkShift is well worth the wait. And well worth your time reading.
Anne gives a brief synopsis of her story, and how she and her husband came to do “share care” with their four children. But the book is not merely Anne’s story.
That’s where I want to help.
I may be a stay-at-home mom currently, but I’m a librarian by educational background and previous work experience. I also worked for a time in a large bookstore where I excelled in matching someone with the perfect book, and I got tremendous joy from connecting readers and books.
Here at The Deliberate Reader I’ll:
- review the latest books I’ve read
- share about my favorite reads from the past
- offer reading tips and suggestions
There are always more books that I’d like to read than I have reading time, so I have to be more deliberate in my choices. I hope to help you get the most of your reading time as well.
Curious about what’s on tap?
Tomorrow I’ll have the first book review, and next week I’ll share some ideas on how to find great books to read. October will be a busy month as I’m going to be sharing 31 Days of Great Nonfiction Reads. Hopefully you’ll find something new and appealing!
Still want to know more?
For more about me, check out my about page. And I love hearing from you, so please feel free to comment on posts, or send me an email at sheila(at)deliberatereader(dot)com. Let me know what you’re reading!